Cincinnati Reds

Tyler Mahle

Batting
Runs 672 22nd
Batting Average .244 24th
On Base Percentage .314 22nd
Slugging Percentage .425 22nd
Pitching
Earned Run Average 4.20 9th
Quality Starts 62 9th
WHIP 1.27 10th
BAA .237 6th
2019 NL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
St. Louis 85 67 .559 W1
Milwaukee 82 70 .539 L1
Chicago 82 70 .539 L2
Cincinnati 72 81 .471 W2
Pittsburgh 65 87 .428 L5
Injuries
  • SS
    Freddy Galvis (Leg) is questionable Wednesday vs Chicago Cubs
  • 3B
    Eugenio Suarez (Rest) is not in the starting lineup Wednesday vs Milwaukee Brewers
  • 3B
    Kyle Farmer (Oblique) 10-day IL (09/04)
  • LF
    Jesse Winker (Back) 10-day IL (08/19)
  • CF
    Nick Senzel (Shoulder) is out for season

Cincinnati Reds News

  • @Reds • 50m
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    Redleg Nation: Jose Iglesias puts the Reds up, Raisel Iglesias closes out win over Cubs

    It was the Iglesias and Iglesias show late on Wednesday night in Chicago. Jose gave the Reds a lead in the 10th inning and Raisel came in for the bottom of the inning to close the game out and seal the win.

    The Offense

    There wasn't a lot of offense in this game as neither team scored in the first three innings. But in the top of the 4th inning the Reds got on the board with a 409-foot home run from Eugenio Suarez. His 48th homer of the season was a solo shot that put Cincinnati up 1-0.

    It was the Iglesias and Iglesias show late on Wednesday night in Chicago. Jose gave the Reds a lead in the 10th inning and Raisel came in for the bottom of the inning to close the game out and seal the win.

    The Offense

    There wasn't a lot of offense in this game as neither team scored in the first three innings. But in the top of the 4th inning the Reds got on the board with a 409-foot home run from Eugenio Suarez. His 48th homer of the season was a solo shot that put Cincinnati up 1-0.

  • @Reds • 3h

    Cincinnati.com: Top Cincinnati Reds games: No. 7 - Sept. 8, 1985 - Pete Rose ties Ty Cobb's hit record

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    By September of 1985, a visit by the Cincinnati Reds to other National League cities bore an uncanny resemblance to the circus coming to town.

    The Reds' traveling party had grown to nearly unmanageable proportions as a crowd of media members followed the team from city-to-city. The idea, of course, was to personally witness and describe history in the form of Pete Rose breaking Ty Cobb's all-time career hits record.

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    By September of 1985, a visit by the Cincinnati Reds to other National League cities bore an uncanny resemblance to the circus coming to town.

    The Reds' traveling party had grown to nearly unmanageable proportions as a crowd of media members followed the team from city-to-city. The idea, of course, was to personally witness and describe history in the form of Pete Rose breaking Ty Cobb's all-time career hits record.

  • @Reds • 5h

    Red Reporter: Game 153: Reds at Cubs (8:05 PM ET) - Mahle vs. Lester

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  • @Reds • 13h

    Redleg Nation: Is Reds starter Sonny Gray the favorite for NL Comeback Player of the Year?

    In another losing season, the Reds should still have a few players in contention for postseason awards. Perhaps Eugenio Suarez's potential 50-homer season will earn him a few MVP votes. Sonny Gray and Luis Castillo could get some Cy Young love. None of them are likely to win those awards.

    However, Gray has a strong chance of winning a less sexy but still notable prize: National League Comeback Player of the Year.

    The official criterion for the award is rather vague: "The Comeback Player of the Year Award recognizes the players who have re-emerged on the baseball field during a given season.

    In another losing season, the Reds should still have a few players in contention for postseason awards. Perhaps Eugenio Suarez's potential 50-homer season will earn him a few MVP votes. Sonny Gray and Luis Castillo could get some Cy Young love. None of them are likely to win those awards.

    However, Gray has a strong chance of winning a less sexy but still notable prize: National League Comeback Player of the Year.

    The official criterion for the award is rather vague: "The Comeback Player of the Year Award recognizes the players who have re-emerged on the baseball field during a given season.

  • @Reds • 15h

    Cincinnati.com: David Ross sings 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game' at Wrigley next to Marty Brennaman ATOBTTR

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    Former Cincinnati Reds catcher and fan favorite David Ross singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" at Wrigley Field during Tuesday night's win against the Chicago Cubs was even more exciting for Reds fans watching him entertain the crowd during the seventh-inning stretch while standing next to a tribute to legendary Reds radio voice Marty Brennaman reading "And This One Belongs to the Reds" in all caps.

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    Former Cincinnati Reds catcher and fan favorite David Ross singing "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" at Wrigley Field during Tuesday night's win against the Chicago Cubs was even more exciting for Reds fans watching him entertain the crowd during the seventh-inning stretch while standing next to a tribute to legendary Reds radio voice Marty Brennaman reading "And This One Belongs to the Reds" in all caps.

  • @Reds • 17h

    Cincinnati.com: Reds Killer: Middletown's Kyle Schwarber adds another home run against his hometown team

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    Chicago Cubs outfielder Kyle Schwarber hit his fifth home run in the last nine games against the Cincinnati Reds on Monday night, elevating the former Middletown High School standout's status as a Reds Killer.

    Schwarber's three-run homer in the first inning was the 18th of his career against the Reds, his most against any opponent.

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    Chicago Cubs outfielder Kyle Schwarber hit his fifth home run in the last nine games against the Cincinnati Reds on Monday night, elevating the former Middletown High School standout's status as a Reds Killer.

    Schwarber's three-run homer in the first inning was the 18th of his career against the Reds, his most against any opponent.

  • @Reds • 19h

    Fansided: Cincinnati Reds: Anthony DeSclafani is finishing off a bounce-back year

    This is one case where the win-loss record does not show how good the pitcher has been. Despite an even 9-9 record, Anthony DeSclafani has started 29 games for the Cincinnati Reds this year with 10 quality starts. Disco has thrown 2,496 pitches over 155.2 innings this season. He has an opponent's batting average of .236, which is the lowest of his career.

    The struggle for DeSclafani this season has mostly been because of a lack of run support from the offense; safe to say that Sonny Gray would have the same complaint. DeSclafani's record is 0-6 in games where the offense scores two runs or less and 3-2 in games where the offense scored 3-5 runs.

    This is one case where the win-loss record does not show how good the pitcher has been. Despite an even 9-9 record, Anthony DeSclafani has started 29 games for the Cincinnati Reds this year with 10 quality starts. Disco has thrown 2,496 pitches over 155.2 innings this season. He has an opponent's batting average of .236, which is the lowest of his career.

    The struggle for DeSclafani this season has mostly been because of a lack of run support from the offense; safe to say that Sonny Gray would have the same complaint. DeSclafani's record is 0-6 in games where the offense scores two runs or less and 3-2 in games where the offense scored 3-5 runs.

  • @Reds • 21h

    Cincinnati.com: Cincinnati Reds' Michael Lorenzen trying to make the most of his starts in center field

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    Eugenio Suarez hit his 47th homer of the season Sunday, tying Andres Galarraga for the most home runs by a Venezuelan player. Bobby Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer

    CHICAGO - For three straight days, Michael Lorenzen saw his name in the lineup as the starting centerfielder. He's fulfilling a childhood dream of being a two-way player, so he laughed when he was asked if he was becoming used to it yet.

    "No, no, it's pretty cool," Lorenzen said. "I'm enjoying it. Every time I see myself in the lineup, I just hope to make a good play in the outfield.

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    Eugenio Suarez hit his 47th homer of the season Sunday, tying Andres Galarraga for the most home runs by a Venezuelan player. Bobby Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer

    CHICAGO - For three straight days, Michael Lorenzen saw his name in the lineup as the starting centerfielder. He's fulfilling a childhood dream of being a two-way player, so he laughed when he was asked if he was becoming used to it yet.

    "No, no, it's pretty cool," Lorenzen said. "I'm enjoying it. Every time I see myself in the lineup, I just hope to make a good play in the outfield.

  • @Reds • 23h

    Cincinnati.com: Aristides Aquino ends homer drought, Sonny Gray superb in Cincinnati Reds win over Chicago Cubs

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    CHICAGO - It's been a quiet second month in the big leagues for Aristides Aquino, the reigning National League player of the month.

    At least it was until Tuesday.

    Aquino crushed a two-run homer in the first inning, his first home run since Sept.

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    CHICAGO - It's been a quiet second month in the big leagues for Aristides Aquino, the reigning National League player of the month.

    At least it was until Tuesday.

    Aquino crushed a two-run homer in the first inning, his first home run since Sept.

  • @Reds • 1d

    Redleg Nation: Aristides Aquino homers, Sonny Gray dominates in Reds win

    The Reds got on the board early, capping a 3-run first inning with a home run by Aristides Aquino. From there Sonny Gray, Michael Lorenzen, and Raisel Iglesias kept the Cubs down as the early lead held up.

    The Offense

    The Reds got things going in the top of the 1st, taking it to Yu Darvish. Josh VanMeter singled up the middle and then scored on a Joey Votto double to put Cincinnati up 1-0. After a strikeout, Aristides Aquino unloaded on a fastball in the middle of the zone and put it in the bleachers to make it a 3-0 game.

    The Reds got on the board early, capping a 3-run first inning with a home run by Aristides Aquino. From there Sonny Gray, Michael Lorenzen, and Raisel Iglesias kept the Cubs down as the early lead held up.

    The Offense

    The Reds got things going in the top of the 1st, taking it to Yu Darvish. Josh VanMeter singled up the middle and then scored on a Joey Votto double to put Cincinnati up 1-0. After a strikeout, Aristides Aquino unloaded on a fastball in the middle of the zone and put it in the bleachers to make it a 3-0 game.

  • @Reds • 1d

    Red Reporter: Game 152: Reds at Cubs (8:05 PM ET) - Gray vs. Darvish

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    Cincinnati.com: After rough stretch, Cincinnati Reds reliever Amir Garrett looks for strong end to season

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    Eugenio Suarez hit his 47th homer of the season Sunday, tying Andres Galarraga for the most home runs by a Venezuelan player. Bobby Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer

    CHICAGO - Manager David Bell knew it was an odd thing to say after a rough outing, but he thought lefty reliever Amir Garrett looked as well as he's looked in his recent outings.

    Garrett hit a batter and gave up two hits without recording an out in the Reds' 8-2 loss to the Chicago Cubs on Monday. Garrett was throwing 96-mph fastballs and his slider looked like it had more action to it.

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    Eugenio Suarez hit his 47th homer of the season Sunday, tying Andres Galarraga for the most home runs by a Venezuelan player. Bobby Nightengale, Cincinnati Enquirer

    CHICAGO - Manager David Bell knew it was an odd thing to say after a rough outing, but he thought lefty reliever Amir Garrett looked as well as he's looked in his recent outings.

    Garrett hit a batter and gave up two hits without recording an out in the Reds' 8-2 loss to the Chicago Cubs on Monday. Garrett was throwing 96-mph fastballs and his slider looked like it had more action to it.

  • @Reds • 1d
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    Red Reporter: Reds at Cubs, Game 2 - Preview and Lineups

    Thanks in large part to the decision by the Cincinnati Reds to bump back their rotation and make Monday's series opener a bullpen game, the Chicago Cubs still sit a game clear of the Milwaukee Brewers in the chase for the NL's second Wild Card spot.

    You're welcome, Cubs.

    Fresh off yesterday's 8-2 shellacking, the Reds will send their ace to the mound tonight in hopes that they can send the Cubs home with an L. Sonny Gray has been on quite the tear both of late and for most of the damn season, pitching to a stupid-good 2.

    Thanks in large part to the decision by the Cincinnati Reds to bump back their rotation and make Monday's series opener a bullpen game, the Chicago Cubs still sit a game clear of the Milwaukee Brewers in the chase for the NL's second Wild Card spot.

    You're welcome, Cubs.

    Fresh off yesterday's 8-2 shellacking, the Reds will send their ace to the mound tonight in hopes that they can send the Cubs home with an L. Sonny Gray has been on quite the tear both of late and for most of the damn season, pitching to a stupid-good 2.

  • @Reds • 1d
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    Red Reporter: Kyle Schwarber's 3-run homer leads Cubs past Reds 8-2

    Chicago, IL - The Cincinnati Reds opted to bump their rotation down a day prior to starting their series against the Chicago Cubs, in the process choosing to effectively roll with a bullpen game in the series opener on Monday night. Considering the Cubs are in the race for both the NL Central crown and for an elusive Wild Card spot, that couldn't have been a more enticing development, really.

    The Reds rolled out Kevin Gausman as their 'starter' on the night, and he promptly was rocked for a 1st inning 3-run homer by Kyle Schwarber, a blast that was good enough to overshadow the rest of the Reds' offense on the night.

    Chicago, IL - The Cincinnati Reds opted to bump their rotation down a day prior to starting their series against the Chicago Cubs, in the process choosing to effectively roll with a bullpen game in the series opener on Monday night. Considering the Cubs are in the race for both the NL Central crown and for an elusive Wild Card spot, that couldn't have been a more enticing development, really.

    The Reds rolled out Kevin Gausman as their 'starter' on the night, and he promptly was rocked for a 1st inning 3-run homer by Kyle Schwarber, a blast that was good enough to overshadow the rest of the Reds' offense on the night.

  • @Reds • 1d

    Fansided: Cincinnati Reds: Three reasons the postseason was unattainable

    Though the Reds had been assumed to be out of the postseason race for the last several weeks, Cincinnati was officially eliminated from playoff contention with last night's 8-2 loss in Chicago. The Cincinnati Reds made a valiant effort this offseason to right the ship, but barring 11 straight wins, the franchise will suffer its sixth consecutive losing season. What went wrong?

    Dick Williams and Nick Krall gave it a go. Instead of staying the course and following the model laid out by other clubs, the Reds decided to go an opposite direction. A bevy of moves this offseason including the addition of Yasiel Puig, Sonny Gray and Alex Wood signified a willingness to go for it.

    Though the Reds had been assumed to be out of the postseason race for the last several weeks, Cincinnati was officially eliminated from playoff contention with last night's 8-2 loss in Chicago. The Cincinnati Reds made a valiant effort this offseason to right the ship, but barring 11 straight wins, the franchise will suffer its sixth consecutive losing season. What went wrong?

    Dick Williams and Nick Krall gave it a go. Instead of staying the course and following the model laid out by other clubs, the Reds decided to go an opposite direction. A bevy of moves this offseason including the addition of Yasiel Puig, Sonny Gray and Alex Wood signified a willingness to go for it.

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